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Re: [Fwd: A Bookbinding "Riddle"



Will pig-skin fit the bill?

Rodney Fry
<crfry@iee.org>


 >  Who might help this student from Virginia ?
 >  I tried several search engines, but with no success.
 >  A certain "previous personal knowledge" is needed here.
 >
 >  Melinda Foulke wrote:
 >
 >  > I am currently a student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
 >  > University.  My music teacher is giving extra credit if I can find the
 >  > answer to one of his questions by Wednesday at 10:00am.  I was wondering if
 >  > you could help.  I will definitely give you credit for this.  :)
 >  >
 >  > His question was:
 >  >
 >  > What has recently been recovered after 500-600 years and which had been
 >  > used to wrap bacon and as book-binding material?
 >  >
 >  > Thank you,
 >  > Melinda Foulke
 >
 >  --
 >
 >  Uri Kolodni
 >  Bookbinding & Restoration
 >  18 Zangwill St.
 >  62599 Tel Aviv
 >  Israel
 >
 >  tl: +972 3 544 2599
 >  fx: +972 3 602 0668
 >  mailto:kolodni@actcom.co.il
 >
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